We have asked MS for more complete access to the Calendar, such as =
getting access to the appointment's subject associated with the current =
time slot when in Day View. For example, if you arrow down to the 9:00 =
AM time slot, and you have an appointment, we (blind computer users) =
never had access to the text of that appointment without actually =
tabbing into the appointment's edit box.
According to the beta team, we can now get access to that data with the =
2007 Outlook object model, using the Explorer.Selection object.
I have tried to get that, but can't seem to get the correct object path!
Can someone give me an example code on getting to that puppy? I'd like =
to be able to get to all the properties associated with that current =
time slot's appointment, but can't seem to get that path.
When I try to go into the help for that object, I get the message that =
the page is still under construction with the beta release I'm using.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I'm getting the Outlook.Application object, then I'm getting the =
ActiveExplorer object, and everything is valid at that point, because I =
can get the .Caption, and it returns the title for the calendar, but I =
get lost at that point. the .Selection returns a valid object, but I =
can't seem to do anything with it after that. How would I link it to =
the AppointmentItem to read its data?
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